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You get TWO 4oz Pet E Pure Antibacterial Spray for Dogs Kills 99.99% of the most common germs that may cause illness to your Pet & Family. Use on head, ears, neck, chest, topline, body, tail, hindquarters forequarters, coat, undercoat, feet, toes and pads. 100% Natural & Biodegradable.

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Natural Pet Health: Herbal Antibiotics for Pets. Because there are dozens of herbs that have proven antibiotic activity (either germ-killing or germ-inhibiting), I try to select an herb for its other properties as well as its antibiotic value.

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Assuming that your dog can tolerate essential oils, some good choices of essential oils for itchy dogs are lavender, witch hazel, rosemary, and lemon. Lavender – known for being anti-fungal, antiseptic, antibacterial, and antimicrobial; Witch Hazel – not really an essential oil, but very soothing for most dogs on their skin.

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Its antiseptic properties can effectively reduce infections in your dog’s mouth. If your dog is pregnant or nursing a puppy, take caution while using the herb on them. Here’s how you may use goldenseal to get rid of gum disease in dogs: Take a cup or bowl and put ½ tap of goldenseal root powder and one cup of boiling water in it.

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Spray the mixture on your dog’s hot spots 2 to 4 times a day, or as needed. Also, mix some apple cider vinegar into your dog’s food or water daily for a few days. The suggested dose is: 1 teaspoon for small dogs (up to 14 pounds), 1 tablespoon for medium dogs (15 to 34 pounds) and 2 tablespoons for large dogs (35 to 85 pounds). 4. Oatmeal

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A natural alternative for ridding fleas & ticks! It stops the itch cycle on contact and promotes healing and hair growth. Antiseptic and healing agents such as Aloe Vera Gel, Eucalyptus Oil, and Chamomile Extract are formulated into this highly effective shampoo. Great for dogs, cats, horses, all animals and people. Environmentally friendly!

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It has antiseptic properties that attack bacteria in a dog’s ears and it doesn't sting. However, you don't have to add it to this homemade dog ear cleaner if you are concerned about red staining ...

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The main products used as antiseptics for dog wounds are therefore betadine (povidone-iodine) and Nolvasan (chlorhexidine diacetate). In this article, we will be mainly focusing on betadine. How to Use Betadine for Dog Wounds. There are several betadine formulations on the market. Before choosing one, it's a good idea to do some homework.

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Using a saline solution is an effective way to clean a minor wound. Photo: allenran917 3 Ways to Clean Your Dog or Cat’s Minor Wounds. Cleaning a fresh wound can prevent infection, and yet there is an argument that peroxide, disinfectants and even salt water all have the potential to damage tissue and delay healing.

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If you are interested in learning natural medicine, Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs book (Amazon Link) is a great place to begin. In this post, I want to focus on a specific subset of medicinal plants: natural antiseptic plants. These are the plants which can be used as a “natural Neosporin” for treating wounds and preventing infection.